An accountability drill will be held on April 8 beginning at 10 a.m. If you are a Fermilab employee and are working on April 8, you are required to respond when you receive the Everbridge message. Please respond “Onsite” only if you are physically on the Batavia site. If you are teleworking or working somewhere other than on the Batavia site, please respond with “Offsite.” Please note that this is only a drill.
Join the U.S. Department of Energy for a round table conversation with Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm and scientists from DOE national laboratories as they discus DOE’s ongoing collaborative response to combat COVID-19. The discussion takes place today, March 4, at 12 p.m. CT. Register to attend the discussion.
From the Department of Energy, Feb. 25, 2021: Jennifer M. Granholm was sworn in on Feb. 25 as the 16th U.S. secretary of energy. She is only the second woman to lead the U.S. Department of Energy.
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm will host a virtual all-staff event on Monday, March 1, at 1 p.m. CT. She will share a little about herself and her vision for DOE. She will also take a few questions, which can be submitted to AskS1@hq.doe.gov. The event will be live-streamed via https://live.energy.gov. This is a Microsoft Team Event and you can connect anonymously, with or without a Teams account. For assistance in logging in, visit this page. Contractor employee attendance is permissible…
The U.S. Department of Energy has given the U.S. High-Luminosity Large Hadron Collider Accelerator Upgrade Project approval to move full-speed-ahead in building and delivering components for the HL-LHC, specifically, cutting-edge magnets and accelerator cavities that will enable more rapid-fire collisions at the collider. The collider upgrades will allow physicists to study particles such as the Higgs boson in greater detail and reveal rare new physics phenomena. The U.S. collaborators on the project may now move into production mode.
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From DOE, Dec. 9, 2020: Computer Science Education Week is aimed at inspiring students to discover computer science activities and careers. The national laboratories, including Fermilab, are scheduled to host a number of activities to highlight The Department of Energy’s efforts, including increasing access to computer science education, building computational literacy, and growing the cyber workforce of the future.